Frequently Asked Questions:

1. When do I need to return my child's camp emergency form?

The emergency form must be submitted at least one week prior to the camp start date.

2. Please check with your child's camp schedule (emailed by the Friday prior to the camp start date) or the leaders at the beginning of the week to see if there are any additional items your child should be bringing to camp but as a great "refer to" list, please bring:

    • Healthy snack and lunch
    • Water bottle
    • Spray suncreen, hat, and sunglasses (spring & summer)
    • Older clothing that can get dirty, muddy and sandy
    • Closed-toed shoes or sandals that your child can run in - no flip flops please
    • Backpack to put your child's items in
    • Necessary medications or medical devices, ie. inhalers or Epipens
    • Please DO NOT bring electronics or valuable items
    • Please label all personal items!

3. Is there anything the parent/guardian needs to bring?

Yes! Please bring Photo ID. All parents, guardians, and any authorized persons picking children up from the program will be required to provide photo identification before a child will be released. You may be asked for this identification more than once. This is for the safety of your child; your corporation is appreciated.

4. Please note that children, 10 years of age or older are permitted to sign themselves in/out of camp (with written permission from the parent/guardian). Children, 12 years of age or oder may sign in/out their younger siblings (with written permission from parent/guardian and must be listed as an alternate pick up contact).

5. How will I know what my child is doing each week?

Camp schedules will be emailed to participants by the Friday prior to camp starting. A cell phone number to reach your child's camp will be available on the schedule. For contracted camps, schedules may not be provided.

6. Who can pick up my child?

Children must be signed in and out each day by an authorized pick up person (names should be listed on the emergency form). Photo ID is required.

7. Do camps run on statutory holidays?

No - there will be no camps on statutory holidays

8. What should I do if my child has special needs?

If your child requires support or qualifies for Supported Child Development or Abboriginal Supported Child Development funding, please email us at prior to registering to discuss your child's needs. Space is limited to two support staff per group and spots do fill up quickly.

9. Are there weekly themes?

There are weekly themes during summer camps only and all activities, games, and crafts will be based around the theme of the week. Children (and staff) are encouraged to embrace the theme by dressing up in costumes/characters for special activities.

Registration Dates:

Exact registration dates will be confirmed in the activity guides posted online throughout the year.

For spring camps:

Registration for all spring camps occurs in December each year.

For summmer camps:

Registration for all summer camps occurs in April each year.

For winter camps:

Registration for all winter camps occurs in August each year.

For pro-d day camps:

Registration for all pro-d day camps occurs throughout the year.

    • For pro-d days from September to December, registration is in August each year
    • For pro-d days from January to April, registration is in December each year
    • For pro-d days from May to June, registration is in April each year